iBase Trinity - digital asset management and multimedia online library
There are many ways in which images or other digital assets be added to the database:
- - Upload singly or in bulk.
- - Drag and drop from a local or networked drive.
- - Directly from a scanner, camera or any other TWAIN compatible device.
The iBase Trinity upload form can be configured:
- - to display any of the fields available in the database schema.
- - for entries to be mandatory in any or all of the fields.
- - to include picklists for control of terms and vocabulary.
Upload policy options
Optional settings when images are being uploaded:
- - Thumbnail and preview images are automatically created.
- - Any number of surrogate images of any size can be created automatically, according to the import policy used.
- - Import policies determine the behaviour of the import and the characteristics of any surrogates required. As many import polices can be set up and saved as are required. Here is one example.
- - iBase systems maintain ICC colour profile information throughout all processes, enabling consistency of colour across a variety of output devices.
- - Additional appended records can be created, or existing images or other digital assets can be overwritten.
- - Images can be automatically assigned to existing data using specified fields or relationships.
- - Read IPTC metadata from within the image file.
- - Read EXIF metadata from within the image file.
- - Read XMP data.
- - Write IPTC metadata into image file.
- - Edit EXIF metadata.
- - Write XMP data.
- - An audit trail of who did what and when.
When uploading data you can specify options to determine how it's handled:
- - Map fields in imported data source to existing fields in the database.
- - Embedded metadata (EXIF,IPTC,XMP) mapped to specified data fields.